The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache, featuring the problem with Chris Bosh’s twitter question

The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache takes you on a trip around the League every weekday, bringing you the best posts from around the NBA blogosphere. Unfamiliar with the below ‘stache styles? The American Mustache Institute will school you on that subject.

The Chevron: By now, you probably saw or heard about Chris Bosh’s tweet asking his followers where he should try to end up next season. Eric Freeman found the whole thing more than a bit disingenuous. [The Baseline]

The Dali: The Houston Rockets actually have more than enough pieces they could use in a sign-and-trade to get Bosh. How ridiculous would that team be next year? [The Dream Shake]

The English: Erin Crawford stops by to tell what is was like to grow up as the daughter of the most hated official in the NBA, and how there’s more to Joe Crawford than what we see on the court. [Lady Ballers]

The Fu Manchu: Jacob Rosen disects the intricacies within the Lebron James – Paul Pierce matchup that is the center of the Cleveland-Boston rivalry. [Waiting For Next Year]

The Handlebar: In light of his inability to defend the screen and roll, is it time for the Celtics to sit Rasheed Wallace in favor of Shelden Williams? [Celtics Hub]

The Horseshoe: Philip Barnett brings in Clint Peterson of High Note Hoops to discuss what we can expect to see in the Laker-Jazz match-up. [Forum Blue & Gold]

The Imperial: In preparation for their second round match-up, Scott Howard looks at a historical retrospective of Phoenix and San Antonio meeting in the playoffs and does not find much good for the Suns. [Bright Side of the Sun]

The Lampshade: This is a little bit old, but Eddy Rivera put together an amazing video chronicling Dwight Howard’s fouls in the Orlando-Charlotte series, which he dubs “Foul-umentary.” [Magic Basketball Net]

The Painter’s Brush: With the Jazz advancing in the playoffs, one thing we keep hearing is how Deron Williams is the best point guard in the NBA. Bradley Hartsell explains how this is yet another case of recency bias taking over our mindset. [My Expiring Contract]

The Pyramidal: The D-League Championship is behind us, so Ridiculous Upside has morphed itself into a draft site. Scott Schroeder presents version 1.0 of his 2010 NBA Mock Draft. [Ridiculous Upside]

The Toothbrush: Kobe did a fairly ridiculous photo shoot for this month’s issue of GQ, and David Diep is here to debrief you on it. [The No-Look Pass]

The Walrus: Henry Abbott explains why owning an NBA team isn’t the money tree that it is commonly thought of as being. [TrueHoop]

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